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Alessandro Allievi
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Development of BOLD signal hemodynamic responses in the human brain
T Arichi, G Fagiolo, M Varela, A Melendez-Calderon, A Allievi, N Merchant, ...
Neuroimage 63 (2), 663-673, 2012
1832012
Maturation of sensori-motor functional responses in the preterm brain
AG Allievi, T Arichi, N Tusor, J Kimpton, S Arulkumaran, SJ Counsell, ...
Cerebral Cortex 26 (1), 402-413, 2016
752016
Somatotopic mapping of the developing sensorimotor cortex in the preterm human brain
S Dall’Orso, J Steinweg, AG Allievi, AD Edwards, E Burdet, T Arichi
Cerebral cortex 28 (7), 2507-2515, 2018
642018
The effects of hemorrhagic parenchymal infarction on the establishment of sensori-motor structural and functional connectivity in early infancy
T Arichi, SJ Counsell, AG Allievi, AT Chew, M Martinez-Biarge, V Mondi, ...
Neuroradiology 56 (11), 985-994, 2014
392014
An fMRI compatible wrist robotic interface to study brain development in neonates
AG Allievi, A Melendez-Calderon, T Arichi, AD Edwards, E Burdet
Annals of biomedical engineering 41 (6), 1181-1192, 2013
302013
Computer‐controlled stimulation for functional magnetic resonance imaging studies of the neonatal olfactory system
T Arichi, R Gordon‐Williams, A Allievi, AM Groves, E Burdet, AD Edwards
Acta Paediatrica 102 (9), 868-875, 2013
292013
Technology-aided assessment of sensorimotor function in early infancy
AG Allievi, T Arichi, AL Gordon, E Burdet
Frontiers in neurology 5, 197, 2014
212014
Reward (mis) design for autonomous driving
WB Knox, A Allievi, H Banzhaf, F Schmitt, P Stone
arXiv preprint arXiv:2104.13906, 2021
172021
The empathic framework for task learning from implicit human feedback
Y Cui, Q Zhang, A Allievi, P Stone, S Niekum, WB Knox
arXiv preprint arXiv:2009.13649, 2020
172020
A simple fMRI compatible robotic stimulator to study the neural mechanisms of touch and pain
F Riillo, C Bagnato, AG Allievi, A Takagi, L Fabrizi, G Saggio, T Arichi, ...
Annals of biomedical engineering 44 (8), 2431-2441, 2016
72016
An exploration of task based fMRI in neonates using echo-shifting to allow acquisition at longer TE without loss of temporal efficiency
G Ferrazzi, RG Nunes, T Arichi, AS Gaspar, G Barone, A Allievi, ...
Neuroimage 127, 298-306, 2016
52016
Models of human preference for learning reward functions
WB Knox, S Hatgis-Kessell, S Booth, S Niekum, P Stone, A Allievi
arXiv preprint arXiv:2206.02231, 2022
22022
Tackling the challenges of imaging the infant brain in a dedicated neonatal coil
E Hughes, T Wichmann, L Mager, F Padormo, J Hutter, J Wurie, M Fox, ...
Proceedings of the 23rd Annual Meeting of ISMRM, Toronto, Canada, 3094, 2015
22015
A Versatile Robotic Haptic Stimulator to Study the Influence of Pain on Human Motor Control and Learning
M Jeanneret, C Bagnato, AG Allievi, E Burdet
International Conference on Human Haptic Sensing and Touch Enabled Computerá…, 2016
12016
Demonstration of the EMPATHIC Framework for Task Learning from Implicit Human Feedback
Y Cui, Q Zhang, S Jain, A Allievi, P Stone, S Niekum, WB Knox
Proceedings of the AAAI Conference on Artificial Intelligence 35 (18), 16017á…, 2021
2021
Robot-assisted fMRI assessment of early brain development
A Allievi
Imperial College London, 2014
2014
Novel robotic solutions for functional MRI studies of preterm infants
AG Allievi, A Melendez-Calderon, T Arichi, D Edwards, E Burdet
Transactions of Japanese Society for Medical and Biological Engineering 51á…, 2013
2013
King’s Research Portal
T Arichi, G Fagiolo, M Varela, A Melendez-Calderon, A Allievi, N Merchant, ...
NeuroImage 63, 663-673, 2012
2012
Precise mapping of the developing somatosensory homunculus in the preterm human brain with fMRI and robotic tools
S Dall'Orso, J Steinweg, AG Allievi, DA Edwards, E Burdet, T Arichi
Characterisation of sensori-motor CBF and BOLD functional responses during early development with dual-echo pCASL and fMRI
T Alderliesten, ET Petersen, MJNL Benders, PMA Lemmers, A Allievi, ...
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